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InsightCapitol Connection: The forgotten aging rental housing stock in AmericaBob MossCohnReznick’s Bob Moss discusses the need to find creative solutions for addressing very old, substandard public housing in cities and in rural America.
InsightAffordable Housing News & Views - January 2020Beth MullenThe latest industry insights, news, and events
InsightRecognizing revenue under Topic 606: For syndicators and developers in the affordable housing industryGordon ChattertonWith the effective date of Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Topic 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, real estate industry-specific guidance previously applied is now superseded. Within the affordable housing industry, application of the new standard particularly impacts syndicators and developer entities.
InsightAffordable Housing News & Views - December 2019Beth MullenThe latest industry insight, news, and events.
Insight2019 year-end tax planning considerations for developersLast year at this time we were all scrambling to fully understand the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) deals. The most important decision to be made with respect to the 2018 tax return was to make the real property trade or business (RPTOB) election or not.